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RINGWOOD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
RINGWOOD MARKET. D. G. MClelland a4-Co. report: --We had a full yarding of all de scriptions, and bidding was brisk for all classes, very few cattle be ing turned out unsold. We report having • sold:-Milkers, to £5 15s; springers, from £5 15s to £8 15s; fat cows, £7 15s to £11; fat bul. locks, .light e/ights, to £10; fat heifers,, £4 15s to £5 15s; light ireight cows, £5 to £6 15s; beefy heifers, in lines, £3 8s to £4 10s; store cows, £3 to £4 10s; old and inferior lower; yearling heifers, to 37s; vealers, from 8s to £3 7s; smaller class lower. Pigs.---Bacon as, to £3 Is; porkers. heavy, 4-is Gd to 48s; light weights, 26s (i( fo 36s; suckers and slips, 9s to 18s. Poultry.--Fowls, cockerels, 3s 6d to 5s Gd Ixir; ihens, , 2s to 4is 6d pair; ducklings, 2s to 4is 3d; chicks, 9d to is 6d pair. Sheep. -Fat lambs, to 12s; fat. ewes. to 13s; line of store ewies, at 7s 6d; store lambs; to Gs. Outside--A line of fat lambs at 11s.
RINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
RINGWOOD. Accidents.While fixing wires oia the electric' poles, ,It J. Smith losb his. il-old on one of the posts, and fell' heavily to the ground: Being a heavy man, he received a severe shaking, und a cut oli-the side of the face.. No bones were broken, and after. a rest, he was able'to resume his work. Near to. the railway;' crossing in West, Prussia road, a. horse that Mr Carmichael was driving took fright at `a passing train, throwing the driver out of the buggy. :For tunately, le escaped withbut, ser ious injury.
A DEAR HORSE-FEED. ON PREMISES WITHOUT LAWFUL EXCUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
A DEAR HORSE-FEED. ON. PREMISES .WITHOUT LAW FUL EXCUSE. At the Lilydale Police Court. on Friday, last, before Messrs T. -W. Simpson and T. E. Harrison, J's.P., James .Mooie was charged with hav ing been found without lawful ex cuse on the premises of P. H. Starr -the stables at the Lilydale reser voir works-on 15th January .last. Accused; who pleaded guilty, was undefended, and 'Senior' Constable Robinson . prosecuted.. P.. II. Starr gave evidence to the effect that'in consequence of hav ing missed horse feed, tools: etc., from his place at the. O'Shannassy reservoir, he. instructed his groom caretaker to keep a look-out to try to discover the pilferers. As a re sult accused :was found in the sta bles -n .-the night in question, -hav ing gone there to -get some chaff from the manger. Accused pileaded with witness after he was discov ered, and said he was hard up and had no feed for his .horse, which was starving. Accused also said he iWas sorry for what he had done, and asked that ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
LILYDALE CARRYING BUSINESS A, J. POYNER LICENSED' CARRIER. ALL TRAINS MET. Orders Promptly Attended To. CHARGES MODERATE., FURNITURE REMOVED At Shortest Notice. W. J. SEBIRE, CARPENTER and BUILDER, SCLARKE STREET, LILYDALE. PRICES SUBMITTED FOR ALL KINDS OF. 3YORK. -JOBBING ;WORK A SPECIALITY. .ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. BOWLING GREEN TEA ROO.S WISHES to convy '-his Thanks to the Lilydale public for the gener ous support given him during the past year: which has been very lib eral indeed. Also to intimate that he has purchased a very Fine Assortment of NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. NOVELTIES. . NOVELTIES. • OVELTIES. NOVELTIES. CONFECTIONERY. CONFECTIONERY. CONFEeTIONERY. .well worthy of instection. The VEGETABLES and FRUIT are Good this week and CHEAP. WVishing all Patrons the Compli tents of the Season. BAKER & PASTRY COOK Wish.- ": 3 imate to the Resi dents of LILYDALE and surround ing Districts that he is now carry ing ;o n Business in MAIN ST., and exypn,- by courtesy and...
District Coursing Club Formed. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
District Cotirsing Club Formed. --4--e .ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING AT YARRA GLEN. In response to the advertisement in our last issue, there was a large and representative attendance at the meeting convened by Mr Jos. Timms at. the Grand Hotel, Yarra Glen, on Tuesday evening last. foi the purpose, of consideritig the ad - visability of fe~ming na district cour-' sing club. , MIr A. Holmes was voted to the' chair, and Mr. J. T. Timms appoin ted hon. secretary pro tem. After an informal discussion as to grounds available for coursing, terms, cost of improvements, etc., it. was unanimously resolved, on the motion of Messrs C. Ramsav and E. A. Duncan, that a club 1be formed, to ba called the Yarrra, Glen and Lilydale District Coursing Club. The following office-bearers were elected :-President, lMr A. Holmes; Vice-presidents, Messrs C. Riamsay, J. F. Towl, and E .E. A.-Duncan: hon. secretary, Mr J.3 T. Timms i lion. treasurer, Mir 1. J. Lithgrow committee, Messrs C. Bath. J. Gilson. C. Geddve ...
SEVILLE v. COLDSTREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
SEVILLE .v. COLDSTREAM. This match was commenced at Seville on Saturday last. Scores: Seville. IePa~ge, c Williams b W\ Madden 2( N. Wallace, c 0. Madden, b Frcst 6 L. Read, ' c C. Madden, b Frost 69 A. Baker, not' out .. 43 `W. Read, b W. Madden ... 20 0. Hand, b C. Madden ... 16 E. Read, c Town, b 'Frost ... .8 W. Duck, c Doherty, b Cahill 10 C. Wallace, b W1. Madden .' ... 0 )\'. Payne, b WT? Madden ... 0 Sundries ... 2(; Total "...22b Bow1Iwng.--Frcst 3 for. 60, C. Mad dcen 1 for 36, W. Mladden 4 for 26. HI. Calhill 2 for 2. Coldstream. 1B. Cahill, std. L. Read. b LePage _2 \\. Town, b LePage ... 0 N. Williams, not out ... 5 C. Madden, not out 2 Total for 2 wickets ... 9
A REPLY. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
S A REPLY. • . (To the Editor.) Sir,-- n lst ,week's issue of your valuable paper, 'Not: Out of. Em ployment:' takes--ine'to task for ven turing the opinion that the unem playcd- might hind empl6yment in fighting for their country." - My re marks were connected with a re qluest froin the Public Works de partment to the council, asking the council to expond as much money as possible to assist the-unemploy.ed. As cur councilhas close oni £20,000 if works ix hanid, I thoughlit w were doing \our sli're, and would find employment for most of the unemployed in . our shire. Iy re nutarks were directed to a class of unemployed in Melbourne, who ap pear to be always- out of work, and not to Yarra Junction.- Your cor respondcnt asks, if _ were manried, ircw would I like to be sent to the war? My- reply is that if. I were married I would fecll I had a greDr ter responsibility, aid also the cour age to go and fight for my wife and. family and country, and not want, to stay at home and shelter m...
OUR LETTER BOX [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
OUR LETTER BOX -_00- Without necessarily indorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communi cations bearing on topics of public interest, which may be intelligent iy and briefly expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith.
NEWS SUMMARY [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
NEWS SUMMARY At the -Speewa' punt crossing over the Murray there is a fair body of ; water, but the river is falling appreci a ably daily., A boy named William Siddall, six t teen, whose parents reside at Cameron street, 'Mount Pleasant, died suddenly with other lads, when he was seized - on Friday. He was playing cricket Swith a fit, in which he died before the arrival of Dr. Dane. It is supposed that the death of the boy was mainly Sdue to sunstroke. Reports having been recved that a number of women usually 'imployed in domestic occupations are out of work at the present time, the women's branch of the Hotel and Caterer's Female Em ployes' Uhion is inviting all such per sons to attend at the Trades Hall on Monday evening next, and register their names, so that the extent of unemploy-. ment among the woman workers may be ascertained.. The dead body of a man named Tho mas Hyett, 40, a resident of Coburg, was found in a vacant allotniont on Harding's-road early on Friday morn ing. Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
Public Notices. TUESDAY, FEB 23. YARRA GLEN CATTLE SALE CAMPBELL & SONS (Kirk's Ba zaar, Melbourne) will hold their usual Bi-monthly Sale in their yards at Yarra Glen on the above date, when they will have forward the usual yarding of MILKERS, SPRINGERS, FAT AND STORE COWS, and lines of &nbsp; DAIRY HIEFERS, STEERS, AND YOUNG CATTLE. Entries now being received for this Sale by &nbsp; CAMPBELL & SONS, BOURKE STREET, MELBOURNE. M'CLELLAND & CO. STOCK, STATION, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS, OPPOSITE STATION, RINGWOOD &nbsp; Mr D. G. M'Clelland, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALES CONDUCTED EVERY MONDAY, at 1.30 p.m. ...Of... CATTLE, HORSES, PIGS, POULTRY, FURNITURE, Etc. Splendid Accommodation Paddock provided for cattle, adjoining yards. Capacious Storage Room for Fur niture. Owing to the great expanse of business, we purpose in the course of a month or so having two Auc tioneers on Sale Day. ENTRIES INVITED. Camberwell Grammar School DAY AND BOARDING ...
DEATH OF A PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
DEATH OF A PIONEER. From our Mt. Evelyn Correspondent. &nbsp; Mr Charles Baker, one of our first selectors, passed away recently, af- ter an illness of over nine months, at the age of 64 years. Mr Baker was born at Doncaster, and his par- ents afterwards removed to Haw- thorn. Forty years ago the family settled near the Olinda Creek, about a mile and a half from Lilydale, and young Charles adopted the trade of a carpenter. Twenty-five years ago he took up a selection on the Settlement road, and married Miss Annie Smith, of Brunswick, and there added farming pursuits to his trade. He did a considerable amount of building work, being employed in that capacity for many years by Mr David Mitchell, of Cave Hill. Seven years ago Mr Baker sold out the Settlement farm, and with his wife and family went upon his se- lection at Mt. Evelyn, just near the Evelyn station. He has seen the district change from its wild, bushy condition to one of the most beautiful tourist resorts in Victor...
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SATURDAY, 13th FEBRUARY. THE HANDICAPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SAT'UR)DAY, 1:Jth FEBRUARY. TIHE l?ANDICAPS. .Standing Chop, 38in. block.-C. F. Sehult. ]. Saawy v- T.. Mackey. J.. Hgq, J. Sclmahmers. B. Armstoead . Kendul, B.i Ockw6ll,. C. Thomas, scr.; -T. Harding," 3-sec.: bhd; S. -saae, B. Galvin,- . :Degan, isc. bhd.; '. Adams, 5sec. bhd.; W. Clcuning, T. Rees, A. Elliott. E. J. Parslow, 6sec. bhd.;- . Stwer, 1'. Isaic, 8sec. bhd.; C. Creek, 10sec. bhd.; F." Johnson. 12cce. bhd.; '. Whitechluch, 16sec. I1bhd.; C. Wes ton, 18seo. bld.; C. 1Miley. 22sec. bhd.; A. Wel!s, scr. hlefleld IIandicap.-W. Drictrell. ; yds.; C. Bourdy, N. Clark, G. Dcuglas, N. XWillmot, J. Hodgson. N. Clook, J. IBrown, T. Burton, I%. Jcnkinson, 10 yds.; C. Waridell, 11 yds.; H. Stanlcey A. Bales, Ivoi+y T1 J. Nory, J. Coninertad, 12 yds.; . Dally X, \. J. Smith, 14 yds.; P. Adams, C a.erdn, 16 yds. undemrhanc Chop, 52in.-.C. F. Dicksell, J. IHogg, .. Kendell. E. Stephenson, C. Thomas, scr.; J. Io gan, S. Isaac, :. Galvin, 41 sec. lhd.; J. Dcgan. ...
DOOKIE COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
DOOKIE COLLEGE. An amended curiculum for the Dookie College has been prepared, in which provision is made for a special course in agriculture, horticulture, dairying, pig breeding, and poultry farming. The present diploma course, which consists of three years, is to be continued, but portion of the theoretical work will be curtailed, and the third will be almost entirely devoted to practical work. The new prospectus will be available short- ly. The council of Agricultural Edu- cation has given its approval to the granting of two scholarships at the Dookie College to State school teach- ers from the Education Department's Training College, and these teachers will thus be able to complete their course for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. The position of science master at the Dookie Col- lege recently vacated by Mr A. K. Jack, who has joined the Shackleton Expedition to the antarctic as a mem- ber of the scientific staff, has been filled by the appointment of Mr J. A. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
E. A. ATHERTON Central Cash Store YARRA GLEN, A GREETING To Our Customers and Friends. We ar bore t.o.stay?:2 We'rea-) here to mak a success. We like the country and the people. We like Our., Busi. ness, and strive to increase it by all honourable means. TIE BEST GOODS rad THE LOWS PRICES a. are what count. One Order Will Convince You. - First-class palut in DRAPERY - 0LOTHING BOOTS & SHOES IRONMONGERY CTiROCKERY GROOEBIES Orders DIhvered all over the District Don't forget the Address: E. A. ATHERTON 'AARRA GLEN AGENT FOR The Nationai C"attle Food of all kinds. London and Lancashire Fire Insur ance Co. Age, Argus, LilydaiG Express and all weekly papers. CAN SUPPLY ANYTHING. HIELP YOUR NKEWSPAPER. _T''1 gzreMest ai~ y r?m o . gi-.v e ydur newspaper is your J Ui ' -NT? - ING. If you do not feel able to run advertisements, you can give the newspaper your cards, dodgers, billheads, envelopes, and all busi ness printing to execute. The news paper man wants it, and it helps him to...
SLATEY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
SLATEY CREEK. (From Our Own Correspondent.) A' most enjoyable. concert ,and dance was held in .Tharratt.'s barn on Saturday, 30th :January, a. bout 100 persons being present. ?r" .1. M'Kissock, from Port' . Melbourzn, gave a number of. songs and recit.i. tions,, and thet with a good recep. tion. s-)ss M'Kissock also gave an exhibition :of club swinging, and danced. the Highland Fling. The rest of the programme was conitributed by local residdnts, and, their efforts were much appreciated. Dancing was kept up till close on 12 o'clock, after .whiclr supper was partaken of. .A collection was taken up for the funds of the prop6sed new .hail. the sum of £2 4s Gd being. realised. • r Don. M'Fie, sonu of Mr and Mrs `'Fie,ýof Mount Thule, left with the third coiltingent recently. Mr Reuben Saxton, of Gilderoy, was also a member of the same rcon tingeUt. Tho .e'hire council has had the Hazaldene road regraded and formed for about a mile, starting from tho Slaty Creek station. It will be a. gr...
POWELL TRAMWAY. ARE THE PUBLIC STUDIED? [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 12 February 1915
POWELL TiRAMWAY. ARE TIl?HE- PUBLIC S'TUDIED ? At the Upper Yarri, Shire Council meeting on Monday last, a letter was ieceived from D. W. I-IHurst, drawing attention to the ineonven - ience in the niatter of the runining. of the Powell Co.'s traiii, and re minding council .that the contract is null and void unless a proper time table is tdher?ed to ; also. sti-, ting that the sawmillers -are nc? b2 ing catered for. Cr Ewart said that if the s:dings were -not suitable they should be altered, and the times of running traihs should certainly be made mIore public..'. The President said: there was nio' doubt; the l public w·ere not .being properly catered for, ind in the matter" of forwarding goods, they had to. wait until the- train came along befoi'e they could send any thing; away. If toe thrain. was an hour or so late it meant a. serious inccnvenience. The compnp . should be a-sked to supply-the council with an ;official time :table;, ad if ; this is no: adhere 'to the council then c...
DON'T SPEAK [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915
D,(pN;T SPE4K About hnother-make it pass, Before you speak, tiree gates of gold, TlqTee 1arrow gates-First, "Is it true ?' Then, "Is it, needful?"-in your miTdi :*ti I 6 Give tnrutlfil answer,; nd the neox If you are tempted to reveal A 1tale to you someone has told. Js last and narroest, "Is it iAl df, to reach your lips at last, It passes througit these gateways Sthreei [ Yhen you may tell the - tle, not fen.r \'hat the -risult of speech ma.y L
TO SWEETEN THE BREATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915
iTO SWEE?,, T RYTIM ?RIEATIL T"o sweeten the breath take a course of Chamberlain'q Tablets. They are invaluable for the- relief n44 prevention of disorders of the stoem ach and liver, which causo bad breath, They stimulate the bowe.l to perform their work, thun cleans, ing the system, By taking oneo ' Chamberlain's Tablets at regular iln tervals you will nevcr be troubled with bad breath. "Sold by J. Hutchinson, Lilydale; C. Hansen, 1illgrove; Scott and Allen, Yarra Glen; S. 11. Bradlsha and 1W. J. Dawborn, IHealesvillc.
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Lilydale Express — 19 February 1915
LAUNCHING PLACE SPORTS SUCCESSFUL' ,eIEETING. On Saturday afternoon last wood choppers went to Launching Place from far and near to contest for the prizes offered. The day was warm, but a large number of spec. ta~tors gathered. For the 48in. Standing Block C. Weston was favr orite, and he won his heat with 'ase, but was beaten by a few sec onds.in the final. The results were: -First heat: C. Weston, 20scoe. bhd. scr., 1; A. Sawer, 10sec. bhd..scr., 2.. Second heat: F. Whitechurch, 20sec. bhd. scr., 1; F. Reece, 12. Final: 'A. Sawyer, 1; E. Whitechurch 2; 0. Weston, 3. There was a very close contens in the first, heat of the 38in, Standu ing Block Chop, Parslow and White. church finishing very close together. The results were;-First, heat: F. Whitechurch, 16sec. bhd. scr., 1; E. J. Parslow, 6sec. bhd. scr., 2. Second heat: C. Weston, 18seo. bhd. scr., 1; A. Sawer, 10sec. bhd. scr., 2. . There was some delay in starting the Underhand Chop, owing tosome f the competitors having the wro...